An eight-week-old French bulldog was rescued by police after being stolen by two men.
The puppy was rescued by officers last week when a train passenger called police after overhearing two men dicussing a dog they had stolen.
The men left the train at Lancaster and officers were on hand to arrest one of the men.
A spokesperson for the British Transport Police said: “This eight-week old French bulldog was rescued by officers last week – after a passenger messaged 61016 to report they’d overheard two men discussing a dog they had stolen.
“Lancaster officers realised they were only 10 minutes away from where the suspects had left the train…and within minutes, a man was arrested.
“Happy to report this beautiful little chap is safe and well.”